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The nameless New York police officers are minor antagonists in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency. They are a pair of racist cops who antagonize Smokey Brown, and are the first antagonists Joseph Joestar meets.
Both police officers are voiced by Hiroaki Tajiri in Japanese and Richard Epcar in English.
Little is know about the two police officers, other then the fact that they're both members of the New York City Police Department in 1938. One is overweight with a habit of picking his nose, while the other is thin with a mustache.
After catching Smokey in an alleyway after he stole Joseph's wallet, they proceed to beat him and hold him against a wall. The overweight cop attempts to extort Smokey into giving twenty dollars and half of everything he steals. When Joseph shows up, he attempts to defuse the situation by saying that he gave Smokey his wallet and that he's an old friend of Joseph's.
Not believing him and stating that they have to keep his wallet as evidence, they smugly approach Joseph and ask him what Smokey's name is. Threatening to lock up Joseph, the overweight cop wipes a booger on Joseph's face. He then proceeds to brag that he can do whatever he feels like in response to Joseph asking why he did that. Enraged, Joseph punches the overweight cop's finger up his nose. The mustache cop then draws his service revolver on Joseph, threatening to shoot him on the grounds of resisting arrest. Joseph proceeds to use his ripple to launch the cap of a Coca-Cola bottle he was carrying to break the cop's finger. Joseph and Smokey then run off, leaving both officers defeated and crying in pain in the alley.
Their fates are unknown, but it's possible they learned their lesson and gave up both their corruption and racism.